The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), on Sunday, said that they are going digital and India will have its first-ever digital fashion week. The FDCI took to their official Instagram account to make the announcement.
The first Instagram post, that just had the FDCI logo, was shared with the caption, “Announcement | The FDCI is reinventing the wheels and the reset button has been pressed. FDCI goes digital! Stay tuned for India’s first-ever digital fashion week. #FDCI #FDCIGoesDigital.”
With most of the events being cancelled or indefinitely postponed due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the fashion industry all across the world has been going digital. After the Met Gala and the fashion weeks were cancelled, designers are trying to find ways to go digital and give their fashion-loving audience something.
Even the London, Paris and Milan Men’s Fashion Week made the announcement recently that they will host the events online.
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